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In this issue Louisville Magazine takes a close look at the broadcasting industry -- and how it is and how it was, less than 50 years ago. My heart is breakin' honey, but I sure am makin' money! When country disk Dominican republic strip club Mark The Spark Anderson recently told his WTMT radio audience that he and his wife "had split up, and I'm lookin' for a place to take a shower," the stations' telephone rang for an hour with offers of showers and solace.

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The ratings, published by Pulse, Inc. WTMT, the bantam rooster of country radio stations here - it goes off the air at sundown and doesn't subscribe to ratings services - has a small but, it claims, extremely loyal audience. Peterson, a professor of sociology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, Drumright pussy.

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Since many of their listeners are blue-collar workers, WINN, as well as other country stations, are selling advertisers on the notion that blue-collar workers are eager consumers.

Anderson, a fast-talking and blunt disk jockey and program manger at WTMT, puts it this way: Foremost is the nettlesome question of what constitutes country music. As the music has become more popular, it has become less country. The twang of guitars and high voices are fast being replaced by the "full sound" of an orchestra and background singers.

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